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Interview: Saying no to police brutality

07-27-2010 08:43 BJT

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The Ministry of Public Security has ordered police at various levels to respect the dignity of people arrested in a widespread crackdown on prostitution. Full Story>>

For more insight on the Public Security Ministry's directive to grant arrested people more dignity we're joined on the phone by Professor Wang Chenguang from Tsinghua University.

Q1. Good evening Professor Wang. The Ministry's move comes amid public outcry about the humiliation of prostitutes in several recent police raids. What is the significance of the Ministry's move on respecting suspects dignity?

Q2. But this is only an administrative instruction from the Ministry. What do you think are the best ways to eliminate police brutality?

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV

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